School of Law
Richard Pomp Named Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor
The UConn Board of Trustees voted April 27 to honor Pomp with the distinction, among the highest accorded to UConn faculty.
Crawford Black Bar Association to Honor Dean Eboni S. Nelson
UConn Law Dean Eboni S. Nelson will receive the George W. Crawford Black Bar Association's Visionary Award on May 18.
CULI To Close as Executive Director Retires
The Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative has served more than 500 nonprofit organizations and trained more than 500 law students over 24 years.
Law Students Join Effort to Close Access to Justice Gap
The Connecticut Free Legal Answers event with the Connecticut Bar Association set a record for the number of questions answered in one session.
Journal Symposium Explores COVID Response
The event was dedicated to late UConn Law Professor Richard Parker, whose final scholarship concerned the COVID-19 pandemic.
One Foot in the Classroom, One Foot in the Courtroom
March 31 event will honor role of UConn Law's John Brittain in historic Sheff v. O'Neill case
Professor Mary Beattie Wins Teaching Award
As a teacher and director of academic support at UConn Law, Professor Mary Beattie helps students build the skills they need to navigate law school and the legal profession.
Joel Motley to Speak at UConn Law Commencement
Motley served as the chairman of the board of Human Rights Watch, which investigates human rights abuses around the world, from 2013 to 2016.
Symposium Explores Prosecutorial Discretion and Mass Incarceration
Two panels of scholars and legal practitioners explored the use of prosecutorial discretion in Connecticut and the ways that it can influence mass incarceration.
PILG Auction Offers Deals, Supports Public Service
The annual PILG Auction is the main fundraising event for the Public Interest Law Group at the UConn School of Law, which supports students in public interest summer jobs.